» by Latifah Muhammad (@TheLatifah) April 19, 2012, 13:49pm
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A poet once said "Its Winter in America, And ain't *****ody fighting 'cause *****ody knows what to save." A shrine to racism is exactly what this museum of racist memorabilia is.
I don't know what to feel. Ashamed that this is what America envisioned Afro Americans as however grateful because I'm tired of whites and other immigrants imagining racism didn't exist and doesn't today. But I tell u ONE thing: Deuteronomy pulls it into prospective for us, this is our gift and curse for our disobedience with God and can't *****ody tell me anything different considering, the bible was written looong before AmeriKKKlan racism took effect and it foretells the plight of my race.
I am totally against racicist groups like the k.k.k and the new black panther party.There is too much hatred and seperation of groups today. We all love our children and want whats best for them we need to be united not divided.God bless us all.
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